A paper describing these results was recently accepted for publication in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society and is available online. The authors on the paper are Arash Bahramian (University of Alberta), Craig Heinke (Alberta), Vlad Tudor (Curtin University and ICRAR), James Miller-Jones (ICRAR), Slavko Bogdanov (Columbia University), Thomas Maccarone (Texas Tech University), Christian Knigge (University of Southampton), Gregory Sivakoff (Alberta), Laura Chomiuk (Michigan State University), Jay Strader (Michigan State), Javier Garcia (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), and Timothy Kallman (Goddard Space Flight Center).
Fast Facts for 47 Tucanae:
Scale: Inset image is 1.5 arcmin across (about 6.5 light years)
Category: Neutron Stars/X-ray Binaries
Coordinates (J2000): RA 00h 24m 05s | Dec -72° 04´ 53"
Observation Date: 27 pointings between March 16, 2000 and January 8, 2006
Observation Time: 359 hours
Obs. ID: 953, 955, 2735-2738, 16527, 15747, 16529, 17420, 15748, 16528, 5542-5546, 6230-6233, 6235-6240
References: Bahramian, A. et al. 2017, MNRAS [in press]; arXiv:1702.02167
Color Code: X-ray (Red, Green, Blue)
Distance Estimate: About 14,800 light years